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cool (sb/sth) down/off

phrasal verb with cool
 
 
/kuːl/ verb [I, T]
LESS HOT B2 to become less hot, or to make someone or something become less hot: We went for a swim to cool off.Cool
CALMER B2 to become calmer, or to make someone become calmer: Leave her to cool off and then talk to her.Calming and relaxing
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